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Perennial wheat farming is being piloted on highway shoulders

by Futures Centre, Nov 20
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A pilot Kernza perennial wheat farm on the Ray’s right-of-way will be monitored by @universityofga @NatureAsMeasure researchers.

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NatureAtWork – #Sustainable #LandManagement #SignalofChange: #Regenerative #NetZero #HighwayEcosystem. A pilot #Kernza perennial wheat farm on #theRay right-of-way will be monitored by @universityofga @NatureAsMeasure researchers | LaGrange Daily News https://t.co/vmR1nOT8Ax

Farming in the highway shoulder | LaGrange Daily News

Contributed On The Ray’s 18-mile stretch of roadway, maximizing all assets is a key strategy to creating a cleaner, safer highway. One of our largest assets is the land around the interstate, called the right-of-way. This space, designed to be a refuge of safe harbor for drivers in distress, can multi-task and fully utilize the land without threatening its primary purpose to drivers.

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